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6 creative jobs that didn't exist 10 years ago

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15:30 PM | 27 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Job roles are constantly evolving and new ones are popping up all the time.

As technology and culture develop, our lives change. Sometimes drastically. 10 years ago you were lucky if you had a mobile phone that had Snake on it. Now smart phones have invaded almost every aspect of our lives. Back then Facebook and Twitter didn’t exist. Now we spend ridiculous amounts of time on them.

As new technology appears, we adapt to new ways of doing things and many new job roles start to pop up. If you’re starting university next month, it’s not unlikely that they’ll be a key industry role around when you get out that barely matters today. And even if you’ve just graduated, the opportunities out there for building your own role are endless.

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